Injured Ramsey to sit out of Juventus-Chelsea

by | Sep 28, 2021 19:26

Juventus midfielder Aaron Ramsey will sit out tomorrow’s Champions League clash against Chelsea with muscular fatigue.

The Welshman took part in today’s training session at Continassa, but Allegri ruled him out of tomorrow’s match against Chelsea due to muscular fatigue.

“We had a good training session, apart from Ramsey everybody is available,” the Juventus tactician said at a press conference attended by Football Italia.

Sources told Football Italia that the former Arsenal star suffers from muscular fatigue.

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However, Adrien Rabiot returned to training today so he will be available tomorrow. Arthur also trained with the group today, but he’s not fully fit yet.

Ramsey came on as a substitute in Juventus 3-2 win over Sampdoria on Sunday.

He has played 106 minutes over four appearances across all competitions so far this season.

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The Welshman joined Juventus as a free agent from Arsenal in 2019.

He has scored six goals in 69 appearances with the Bianconeri. However, he’s missed 20 games due to injuries during his time in Turin.

Ramsey’s €7m-a-year contract at the Allianz Stadium runs out in 2023.

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. Rocco

    and he gets paid 400K a month to sit on the bench and now he is on holiday. Great job Agnelli for sanctioning the purchase of glass.

  2. Francis

    Is this guy related to dembele?…he spends more time on the sidelines than on the pitch

  3. alonso

    Kudos to Ramsey’s agent. Requires great talent to get a known injury-prone player a lengthy contract and high salary for barely playing every season.

  4. Chris

    It is not one off. Juventus have been scooping up free trash for years now and getting little to no returns by giving them huge deals.

  5. FERBAN

    Sell this guy to the epl asap

  6. Boori

    He only play a few games a year what’s the point, let him go and retire at home for good.

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